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Workplace Week London 2019: Full line-up of workplace tours announced

Marking its ninth consecutive year, Workplace Week London 2019 – brainchild of Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA) – will take place the week commencing 11 November 2019. Thirty organisations, a third of which are debutants, have confirmed their support for the ...

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Marston’s serves UKWSL new trade waste deal

UKWSL has retained the contract to provide trade waste services to independent brewing and pub retailing business, Marston’s. The news comes as its existing contract draws to a successful conclusion after being named 2019 winners of the ‘Partnership Excellence – ...

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Sodexo names workplace experience lead

Sodexo has appointed workplace specialist, So Young Hyun, to the role of Workplace Experience Leader. Hyun is the first hire to Sodexo-owned workplace experience consultancy Wx in the UK and Ireland. Wx is a fully owned subsidiary of Sodexo and ...

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Wates lands contract extension with Birmingham City Council

Wates Living Space has extended its contract to deliver housing repairs and maintenance across 31,000 homes in Birmingham on behalf of the city’s council. The two-year contract extension, which will start in April 2020, will see Wates build on the ...

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New charity is launching to address the taboo of mental health in construction

National framework organisation Pagabo is launching a new charity to tackle the taboo of mental health in the construction industry. The fundraising Pagabo Foundation aims to raise the profile of mental health within the construction industry and will fund resources ...

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New CEO takes over at HSE

Sarah Albon, the new Chief Executive of Britain’s workplace health and safety regulator took up her new post on Monday 2nd September. Albon has left her role as Inspector General and CEO of the Insolvency Service, where she has been ...

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Workplace survey finds nearly 80% of employers aren’t worried about unethical use of AI

Companies around the world are expecting to apply artificial intelligence (AI) within their companies in the next few years but are lagging in discussions of the ethics around it, research from Genesys finds. More than half of the employers questioned ...

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Norse lands TFM deal

Norse has been awarded a total facilities management (TFM) contract with the Heart Trust, a multi-academy trust based in Norfolk currently consisting of four primary academies. The three-year deal, worth around £200,000 a year, includes statutory compliance, reactive maintenance, cleaning ...

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Research reveals a third of employees are not provided with hearing protection

Research from Specsavers Corporate Eyecare has revealed that one-third (34 per cent) of employees who require hearing protection for work purposes are not provided with it by their employer. Noise above 85 decibels can cause permanent and disabling hearing damage, ...

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CH&CO increases turnover to £286m

Independent caterer and Royal Warrant holder, CH&CO, has reported a 19 per cent increase in annual turnover to £286 million in its annual accounts for the financial year ending 31 December 2018. The latest results, which are in line with ...

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